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crinoid or coral?

by Norman R. Ray
(Calgary, Alberta, Canada)

Found this in a dry river bed in southern Alberta near Bragg Creek. Unsure what this might be and need help to identify it.

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Crinoid stems
by: Fossil Queen

It is most likely a bunch of crinoid stems. You can see the little rings if you zoom in.

by: Douglas

Norman I am pretty sure this is a bunch of crinoid stems.

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